Jack Kevorkian (Jack Kevorkian) was born in Pontiac in 1928 as a child of Armenian immigrants. After graduating from Michigan University, I will work as a doctor in pathology at Detroit hospital. Since the 1980's, he began research on euthanasia, developed a self-made suicide device in 1989, started a suicide assistance activity of end stage disease patients, and has been discussing globally. Later, a total of 130 patients were killed by dying with suicide equipment, and they were called "murderers" "doctors of death". A videotape recording that the patient died of suicide on September 17, 1998 was published at the CBS program "60 Minutes", which is calling intense debate. The suicide device normally operates the device himself, but in this case the patient activated the device because the patient can not operate the device on its own. As a result, they are charged with murder charges immediately after airing and are guilty. It is made into a television movie, but I have not seen it yet so I'd like to see it. Star Doctor Death President Jack Kevokian's Truth (Wikipedia) Mr. Kazuhiro Nagao, Deputy Director of the Japan Dignity Death Association, said, "Living Will ( LW) is a fundamental human right that is commonplace in Europe and the United States. " In Asia, "In Taiwan, LW's legal security was made in 2000, 17 years passed after two revisions, passed through 16 years in Korea, and has been in effect since November 2017". When I was young, I read "Mr. Ruth Benedict's" Chrysanthemum and Sword "and Mr. Kenro Doi's" Amae Structure ", but Wikipedia has" Japanese Theory "organized. While there are also Japanese theories as cultural anthropology and sociological studies, there are also a number of articles written to emphasize the particularities of their own nation and their race by their own nationalism based on nationalistic sentiments . Temporarily called advanced country, what is it that the "maturity of democracy and fundamental human rights" has been retarded in the 21st century? "Let's pass by euthanasia" Hashida Shigako's assertion is strange here (Kazuhiro Nagao / iRONNA) "Suicide equipment" to die by pushing a button "Topics in the Dutch fair (AFP BB News)
Our Care, Our Choice Act (Medical Selection Law) which legalized Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS) of the terminal patient in the state of Hawaii passed valid by the Legislature on 28th March. On April 5, the governor of Nikkei (Okinawa) signed and was enacted by Governor David Y. Ige. In the nation, it becomes the sixth state legalizing PAS. GOVERNOR SIGNS OUR CARE, OUR CHOICE ACT, ALLOWING END OF LIFE CHOICES FOR TERMINALLY ILL (Apr 5, 2018) The Inside Story of Hawaii's Long Road to Victory (deathwithdignity.org) This legislation allows legalization of PAS with stringent requirements It is. The requirement is "for adults living in Hawaii state" "Two or more doctors are diagnosed as" patient's life expectancy is less than 6 months "," the patient is in a mental state that can be determined by himself " It is in a state that you can take it yourself "and" Do not prescribe by medical staff other than a doctor. " In Hawaii State (population of approximately 1.22 million), over the last 20 years or so, discussion on pros and cons of PAS legalization continued. In the spring of 2017, the legislation went up and the Senate passed the overwhelming majority, but the House of Representatives abandoned the committee deliberation stage as "lack of deliberation time" and it has been dismissed. Already in the States, Oregon, Washington, Vermond and California have special legislation, and Montana State legislates PAS with the aid of the state constitution. It will come into force on January 1, 2019. Japan wishes a sincere discussion. "Legal judgment for assisting suicide by doctor - Montana State" (20110517 Mami Kodama / arsvi.com) Japan Association for Death and Death (Website)
Kimiko Nishimoto (Kimiko Nishimoto) living in Kumamoto prefecture, who is photographing and digitally processing the "self-shooting" photograph full of humor spreading all over the world is 89 years old. Mr. Nishimoto was born in Brazil where parents stayed for agricultural guidance in 1928 (Showa 3 years), and will return home at the age of 8. After opening a hairdresser and working as a women's bicycle racer, we married at the age of 27 and nurtured three children as a full-time housewife. At the age of 72 he attended a photography course of the art director, the eldest son, Wakamoto, and he seems to have a camera for the first time at that time. At the age of 74, I learned how to use image editing software and started digital processing of self portrait photographs. Strange and unexpected works have been spread over the net, and now it is attracting attention both from home and abroad. This picture is the work with the most "Like" on official Facebook (^ ^) Mr. Nishimoto said, "I used to be a homemaker at home, I used to cook at home, it was a lot of fun since I started photographing. I am laughing, "I have a lot of friends and I am having fun when I hold the camera, no matter what. In the first 17 years since I began taking pictures, I held a photo exhibition in Tokyo for the first time. "Photographs are one of my pleasures for me and it is not a life if it is to be said largely." "I like to take pictures with a camera, so I'm as helper as possible. I'm sorry. Challenging new things is also the most effective "dementia" countermeasure by forming a new cranial nerve network. There are many things teaching from 89 years old creative super grandmother, interesting unique idea and passion, learning and efforts of digital camera and personal computer and editing software, and digital works by Ms. Kimiko Nishimoto (^ ^) 89 years young! Grandmother takeshilarious self-portraits now showing in galleries across Japan after discovered photography only 17 years ago (Daily Mail) "Self-Shooting" 89-year-old grandma, Publishing funny pictures in Tokyo (AFPBB News) In a photo exhibition being held, We exhibit digital artworks by Ms. Kimiko Nishimoto, which has a unique personality, including unreleased works. Kimiko Nishimoto Photo Exhibition "Playing" (epSITE) Period: December 15, 2017 (Fri) - January 18, 2018 What You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease (TED: Lisa Genova)
The Dunning-Kruger effect seems to be paying attention as a form of cognitive bias. Cornell University's David Dunning and Justin Kruger, who formulated this "effect" in 1999, said, "Cognitive bias that creates the illusion of superiority is underestimated for others in the case of a highly skilled person It is attributable to the evaluation, while on the other hand, in case of a person with low ability it is attributed to an overvaluation for himself. " A person with lower knowledge and skills has higher self-esteem Danning = Kruger effect is noticed because the amount of information is increased through media, net search, SNS, etc. and the words 'self-confident person' pronounced I think that it is one cause also. It has also been picked up in the "cloud computing age - just one thing not taught by Google" that the Japanese edition was published in January. Furthermore, there is also a blog that mini featured tendency to become overconfident as older people become "elderly crime and dunning = Kruger effect". The society as a whole shares that society as a whole has a high risk of falling into the trap of the dunning = Kruger effect as a cognitive bias, such as crime by elderly people reported daily, traffic accidents of elderly drivers, and stalkers and troubles of the elderly , It seems necessary to take preventive measures. Danning = Kruger effect (Google News search list) Mini Special feature: Elderly crime and Dunning = Kruger effect (study of a single line reading in science) Chinese philosopher Confucius (551 BC - 479 BC) , And the English playwright Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) said, "Fool thinks himself as a wise man, but the wise man knows that he is a fool Biologist Charles Darwin (1809 - 1882) said "ignorance creates confidence over knowledge", philosophers and mathematicians Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970) said "Our era One of the sufferings in the world is that human beings who are convinced are full of foolishness and those who have imagination and comprehension are filled with doubts and persistence. David Dunning and Justin Kruger who formulated the "effect" in 2000 have won the Ignor prize psychology prize at the paper "Unskilled and Unaware of It" written in 1999 on cognitive bias. List of ignor prize winners: 2000 (Wikipedia) Dunning = Kruger effect
"It's never too late to rediscover yourself," Paul Tasner says. After working in the company for 40 years, he combined the experience and passion with ideas for work, and launched the company at the age of 66. Mr. Trasner worked as a department manager in the business department of a consumer goods company, but he was invited to an ongoing meeting. So I was fired with some other people. Back then I was 64 years old, so I had some predictions. I signed on the mountain of documents, organized my personal items and headed to a nearby restaurant in a state of disappointment nearby which was waiting with my wife. Fast forwarding for several hours, we were getting perfect drunk (lol) I thought about about 2 years after my interest in the environment started growing up (clean technology). All the issues to be tackled are mountain, manufacturing, outsourcing, employment creation, patents, partnerships, fund procurement, etc. These are all issues for new business. I live in San Francisco. If you look for funding sources, you usually compete with very young people from high-tech industries. My mind will be lost and I will be afraid. Although I have the shoes I bought before the young people were born, (laugh) I was anxious five years ago to look for people who started business for the first time in the same age. I wanted to be connected with them. I did not have anyone to be a role model. 20 years old The application developer of Silicon Valley there is not my model of smile (lol) I wonder my head is good - (Laugh) Mr. Trussner is a remarkable number of Americans (84 million people · 2050 years ), But in the case of Japan, it will become super aging more quickly. (^^) TED Speaker: Paul Tasner (Entrepreneur) Japanese translation by Masako Kigami. Reviewed by Shoko Takaki. (Read Japanese subtitles) PulpWorks, Inc. (Website) PulpWorks, Inc. (Facebook)
One week has passed since my smart speaker (Google Home) came to our house (^ ^) How will my daily life change in Google Home next to "Rupi-chan"? There used to be audio equipment and radio in the former living room, but now only the TV has gone (^ ^) Now saying "Ok Google, ◯◯ ◯ shed", BGM and songs It is comfortable to request. Especially, BGM in the morning is good (^ ^) "There is no excuse, it is not likely to be useful", but there is also, but response is smooth, and it is natural to operate with "voice" for "music world" I feel that (laugh) Since it corresponded to Radiko (radiko.jp), feel free to ask "Ok Google, ◯◯ ◯ shed radio". Time to listen to music and radio while relaxing in the living room is likely to increase (^ ^) Weather information and "timer" are used especially conveniently at our house. "Ramen Timer" "Bath Timer", etc. Also, "Foil Bake Timer" "Steamed Cooking Timer" which is also a standard staple of cooking at home. The bath timer is "20 minutes by the time the bathtub is filled with hot water". Since it often takes 20 to 30 minutes to forget, it is a feeling that it is "convenient" (^ ^) Chromecast (chrome cast) can turn on / off the TV power, but change the world of the image to " It seems that it takes a little time to operate with "voice" (^ ^) Smart appliances such as lighting, vacuum cleaners, and air conditioners have also increased. It seems to be fun for elderly-friendly smart homes and voice shopping.
On October 11, the California state regulatory authorities in the state of California issued a proposal to revise the rules concerning automatic driving vehicles to contents that allow for the first time to travel on the state's public road without the driver getting on. According to the authorities, the new regulation is expected to come into effect by June 2018. Under the existing regulations, car companies are required to submit safety assessment reports to state authorities, requiring approval when renewing car models. Also, the conventional rules obliged all driver cars to board a driver. U.S. Jeju, tolerate first-run driving without a driver (Reuters) On October 9, Waymo under the U.S. alphabet is "National Safety Council" and "Elderly people Let's Talk Self-Driving (FSL) "," Foundation for Blind Children "and" Association aiming to eradicate drunk driving (madd.org) ", etc. Talk about automatic driving car) announced the campaign. The campaign will start in Arizona, USA and campaign ads will be held on each media. Waymo also carries out a pilot program to have residents of Phoenix test drive automobile. On October 12, the television station in Arizona State (abc 15) covers the Foundation for Blind Children (organization for blind children). Marc Ashton, a representative of a facility that has a vision-impaired son himself, talks about how freedom will be to help the movement and independence of the visually handicapped by the introduction of automatic driving vehicles. (Movie below) Japan aims to become a "universal society", 13 years from the "resolution on the promotion of the formation of a universal society" in the Upper House in 2004, Japan with a declining birthrate and an aging population is bold deregulation and bold I think that I have to aim for digital innovation. Waymo has sparked a new education initiative that is starting right here in Arizona. But, they are trying to focus on people who should not normally be in
Alzheimer's disease does not have to be the fate of your brain. Lisa Genova, author of the best-selling "Alice as it is", translated into 31 languages worldwide, says. Mr. Genova, a member of the US dementia research group, has a bachelors degree in bio psychology from Bates University and a doctorate in neuroscience from Harvard University. The etiology of depression and Parkinson 's disease and the loss of memory after stroke etc are mainly considered as research areas. This TED Talk introduces the latest research and also talks about promising research results on what we can do for individuals to make a strong brain for Alzheimer's disease. It is a very interesting lecture with laughter. Mr. Genova explained the cause of molecular Alzheimer's disease (synaptic amyloid beta accumulation), "People who are stimulated mentally have a disease such as Alzheimer's Disease a part of the synapse Even then, there is a spare nerve coupling, which becomes a cushioning material and I do not notice that something is missing. " And "In order to create a brain that is less likely to suffer from Alzheimer's disease, it is not enough to just extract crossword puzzles and already learned information.I make a new nerve path.I learn foreign languages, make new friends Read books, listen to TED talks. " TED Attendee / TED Speaker: Lisa Genova (Neuroscientist, novelist) Subtitles and Transcript (Read Japanese subtitles) Lisa Genova (Website)
Postmates, a specialist who is acting on the delivery of restaurants and florists, is aiming to raise the profile of the public with "a strange advertisement poster" at the subway station in New York (^ ^) Liberty ♪ living in New York Has posted. Postmate's Food Delivery Robot?! (How to play NY) This Postmates founded in San Francisco in 2011 and has deployed local on-demand courier services throughout the United States. Began operating the delivery robot developed by Starship Technologies in Washington, DC on March 9, 2017 (see video) Mr. Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis who founded Starship Technologies are co-founder of Skype It is also a remarkable degree of attention, and it is an influential robot maker who has already finished about 2 billion yen of financing. By combining mobile technology, specially designed automatic driving robot, local delivery system, we aim to deliver delivery smarter and more efficiently and more efficiently. Innovation and innovation to solve the "last one mile of transportation and delivery" globally such as automatic driving car (unattended driving), unattended delivery drone, this delivery robot, etc. are progressing. Smart and low-cost "human flows" and "physical distribution" "delivery" according to the area and environment where individuals live, such as urban areas, countryside, in the mountains (^^) will become possible with technological progress. Future courier will definitely be personalized. We are tempted to steal food from an unmanned delivery robot (lol) We Tried To Steal Food From A Delivery Robot (BuzzFeed News)
A dressing decorating app that Haisinia can enjoy, the name is a free application of hinadan (apparel), App Store (up store). It was posted in the Asahi Newspaper and was also interviewed by NHK, TV Asahi, TBS radio, etc. It was delivered from CNN in the United States, and became a hot topic also overseas such as Singapore and Italy. Mr. Masako Wakamiya (81 years old: nickname: Merchan) of Mellow club female member (vice chairman) made. Many games are fast moving and deploying, young people are doing better. Mr. Wakamiya learned programming from the beginning, "Elderly people can not lose to young people", and completed over half a year. In the first experience, the game says "It was the ultimate brain training" (^ ^) Wakamiya Masako wanted to enjoy the conversation after retirement on the net, at that time purchasing an expensive PC at the age of 60 from a personal computer I am taught myself. In 1999, I participated in the creation of the senior generation's site "Mellow club". I am in charge of the "Mellow Trading Hall" which makes a database of valuable raw testimonies of people who lived after the war, and this project has won the Grand Prize at the Japan Convention at the United Nations Information Society World Summit Awards. Also, "Art in Excel" devised ten years ago as a PC utilization technique for the elderly has been acknowledged by Microsoft and contributed as an article of the official community of the company. It is TED Talk (Japanese / English) of Masako Wakamiya below in 2014, but the person himself is fully enjoying delivering the joy of digital creation to the world. Merchant's Page (Website) Excel Art Museum (Website) The nationwide "Melloo Club" (Website) aiming to create a worthwhile age of mature generation "Website" Creative "Age" is abnormally many people who think it is a disorder!
The 89-year-old veteran resident Joe Bartley, who lives in South Devon, is talking about job-seeking advertisements on local newspapers. There is a certain impact on the "catchphrase" which appeals "Please help me who is boring and dying!" (^^) Mr. Bartley issued the newspaper advertisement on November 16, but since then the telephone rang I did not stop, the request for coverage on television and the net continued, and in the distance there was also an interview from Sweden. In fact there were also two offers for recruitment. Contents of job advertisement: - Elderly people, 89 years old, seeking a position in the Paignton district. 20 hours or more per week. Cleaning, easy garden work, do-it-yourself carpenters, and so on. Old soldier, airborne troops are from. "Help me who is boring and dying!" - Bartley has lived alone since his wife, Cassandra, died about two years ago. "When I enter the house, I feel like I've stepped into a cell, there is no one to talk with" There is no child and I will not get in touch with Kassandra's relatives regularly, but job advertisement is a media Thanks to being picked up in, it means that some old friends have been contacted again. When asking advice to people who resemble similar circumstances, it seems that the answer has come back saying "Just sit there and do not get bored and try trying something" (from CNN interview) Japan Also aging is progressing, I think that many elderly people live alone. "Buddy advertisement" issued by Mr. Bartley to the elderly problem in the world seems like a great challenge and idea (^ ^) "Boring and dead!", 89-year-old job advertisement is the topic in English (CNN News) Youth is not a temporary period of life but a way of thinking.
What will make us happy and health throughout my life? Is it fame or wealth? There are many people who think so. However, according to Robert Waldinger, a clinical professor at Harvard Medical School, that is wrong. Based on unparalleled data on true happiness and satisfaction, Professor Waldinger, director of research on adult development over the course of 75 years, gave three important lessons the results of this research teach us and three old lessons, Talk about the secret of happiness and longevity in this talk. Harvard adult developmental research is the research that tracked adults for the longest time in history. We tracked 724 men for 75 years and recorded work, family life, health etc without rest. Of course, during that period, we did not know how their life would evolve. What I learned from this 75-year study is that "a good relationship is happy and healthy". It is a popular interesting TED Talks where the number of views has exceeded 11 million times (22nd) (^^) Finally, Professor Waldinger quotes Mark Twain's words. "There is only time to love each other for a short life, there is no time to pursue responsibility, apologize, apologize, shameful, in a short life" It is a good word (^ ^) Subtitles and Transcript (Read Japanese subtitles) TED Speaker: Robert Waldinger (Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and Zen priest) robertwaldinger.com (Website)